VCA Buckhead Animal Hospital

★★★★☆
  • 1911 Piedmont Cir NE

    Atlanta, GA 30324

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  • 470-231-4663

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  • Veterinarians
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  • Flea Treatment
  • Microchip Implants
  • Neutering
  • Spaying
Hours
M-F 8am-6pm, Sa 8am-4pm, Su Closed
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  • animal clinic
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  • Cats
  • Dogs
Services
  • Advanced Care Services
  • Allergy & Itchy Skin Relief
  • Diabetes Treatment (Canine & Feline)
  • Diagnostics
  • Diet & Nutrition
  • Disease Treatment
  • Flea & Tick Control
  • General Care
  • Heartworm Disease Treatment (Canine & Feline)
  • Internal medicine
  • Medications/Prescriptions
  • Parasite Control
  • Pet Wellness Exams
  • Physical Examinations
  • Preventive Care
  • Primary Care
  • Puppy & Kitten Wellness
  • Senior Pet Wellness
  • Spay & Neuter
  • Vaccines & Vaccinations
  • Weight Loss Programs

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    Dr Davis, BAH's Medical Director and her whole staff went above and beyond their call of duty to save my cats life. Six months ago my house burned down in a terrible fire and I lost everything I ever owned. Fortunately my 2 little girls, my 2 dogs and I were not home that afternoon but my 3 legged, 7 yr old cat was not that lucky. After 4 hours trying to control the fire 3 firemen went in the house through my bedroom window and heard a loud meowing coming from the rubble. After removing all the debris they found my baby inside my clothes hamper. He was wet and very scared. Nothing else was saved from my home, NOTHING but my baby, and that is all we cared about. Boots 3 little legs were severely burned and things were not looking good for him. His first night at the Emergency Clinic he was taken to by the firemen was $1500, and that was just to stabilize his lungs. As for his burns all they could do was give him pain killers and anti-inflammatory meds. They just did not have the knowledge on how to treat those burns. Putting him down was not an option for me. He was the only thing my little girls cared about. Yes, they were sad about losing everything but losing one of our pets in such a tragic way would have been even more devastating to them. After many phone calls and desperate cries for help I was able to find a vet that was willing to save Boots. Yes, that was Dr. Michale Davis at BAH. Boots spent 8 long weeks in the hospital, of that time under heavy sedation. Dr Davis treated Boots burns, documented his treatment and recovery; she made sure to involve/train her staff during this critical time so they could get some one on one experience on these type of unusual cases. We visited Boots often but his delicate state required not only medical care but some heavy doses of TLC pretty much around the clock. The whole staff was part of Boots recovery. During the day they would take turns holding him like a baby, with his little burned and bandaged legs sticking up to keep him comfortable. He was never alone during his stay, always surrounded by a devoted medical team and compassionate human beings. Financially, (as as single mother) Boots treatment was more than I could ever afford but it was also a lot less than what it would have cost anywhere else given the fact that his treatment required so much. First Class veterinary care includes good communication with owners too and thats what I've ALWAYS experienced with BAH. Needless to say they are now my veterinary clinic of choice because my furry kids deserve only the BEST.

    http://www.myfoxny.com/story/20436038/crews-battle-fire-at-apartment-complex-in-east-cobb-county?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=8109757

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    to Buckhead Animal Hospital.
    Dr Davis, BAH's Medical Director and her whole staff went above and beyond their call of duty to save my cats life. Six months ago my house burned down in a terrible fire and I lost everything I ever owned. Fortunately my 2 little girls, my 2 dogs and I were not home that afternoon but my 3 legged, 7 yr old cat was not that lucky. After 4 hours trying to control the fire 3 firemen went in the house through my bedroom window and heard a loud meowing coming from the rubble. After removing all the debris they found my baby inside my clothes hamper. He was wet and very scared. Nothing else was saved from my home, NOTHING but my baby, and that is all we cared about. Boots 3 little legs were severely burned and things were not looking good for him. His first night at the Emergency Clinic he was taken to by the firemen was $1500, and that was just to stabilize his lungs. As for his burns all they could do was give him pain killers and anti-inflammatory meds. They just did not have the knowledge on how to treat those burns. Putting him down was not an option for me. He was the only thing my little girls cared about. Yes, they were sad about losing everything but losing one of our pets in such a tragic way would have been even more devastating to them. After many phone calls and desperate cries for help I was able to find a vet that was willing to save Boots. Yes, that was Dr. Michale Davis at BAH. Boots spent 8 long weeks in the hospital, of that time under heavy sedation. Dr Davis treated Boots burns, documented his treatment and recovery; she made sure to involve/train her staff during this critical time so they could get some one on one experience on these type of unusual cases. We visited Boots often but his delicate state required not only medical care but some heavy doses of TLC pretty much around the clock. The whole staff was part of Boots recovery. During the day they would take turns holding him like a baby, with his little burned and bandaged legs sticking up to keep him comfortable. He was never alone during his stay, always surrounded by a devoted medical team and compassionate human beings. Financially, (as as single mother) Boots treatment was more than I could ever afford but it was also a lot less than what it would have cost anywhere else given the fact that his treatment required so much. First Class veterinary care includes good communication with owners too and thats what I've ALWAYS experienced with BAH. Needless to say they are now my veterinary clinic of choice because my furry kids deserve only the BEST.

    http://www.myfoxny.com/story/20436038/crews-battle-fire-at-apartment-complex-in-east-cobb-county?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=8109757

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    VCA Buckhead Animal Hospital is an outstanding group of vets and the staff is wonderful. In the past 9 years of dealing with them they have exceeded my expectations. They take the time to explain the after care as well. Their prices are competitive. I am very pleased with them and would highly recommend them to my friends.

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    VCA Buckhead Animal Hospital is an outstanding group of vets and the staff is wonderful. In the past 9 years of dealing with them they have exceeded my expectations. They take the time to explain the after care as well. Their prices are competitive. I am very pleased with them and would highly recommend them to my friends.

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    I have gone to this practice since 1978 and when the original practice was sold to VCA a few years ago I didn't know what to expect. My dogs always received excellent care and I would never entrust them to anyone else. When VCA took over there was a period of time where the transition was rough. I wasn't totally happy but gave them time to build a new hospital. And they did! When they brought Dr. Davis in as medical director and brought in a new office manager, it became an even better vet practice. They kept some of their finest, brightest vets and hired more. They are the best and their prices are competitive. I happen to be the founder of Adopt a Golden Atlanta and this practice was the first to help us. Of the 3,000 golden retrievers and great pyrenees we have saved, it has been this group of vets who has treated and cared for over 1,500 of them.... making them whole again and giving them a second chance to enjoy life. I can only tell you if you had a bad experience then it was during that 6-8 month transition. I assure you that dealing with the current group of vets, techs and front desk support under the leadership of Dr Davis will be one of the best experiences you will ever have at a vet. If you happen to be dog, ask your parents to take you there. You will be wagging your tail for a long time.

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    I have gone to this practice since 1978 and when the original practice was sold to VCA a few years ago I didn't know what to expect. My dogs always received excellent care and I would never entrust them to anyone else. When VCA took over there was a period of time where the transition was rough. I wasn't totally happy but gave them time to build a new hospital. And they did! When they brought Dr. Davis in as medical director and brought in a new office manager, it became an even better vet practice. They kept some of their finest, brightest vets and hired more. They are the best and their prices are competitive. I happen to be the founder of Adopt a Golden Atlanta and this practice was the first to help us. Of the 3,000 golden retrievers and great pyrenees we have saved, it has been this group of vets who has treated and cared for over 1,500 of them.... making them whole again and giving them a second chance to enjoy life. I can only tell you if you had a bad experience then it was during that 6-8 month transition. I assure you that dealing with the current group of vets, techs and front desk support under the leadership of Dr Davis will be one of the best experiences you will ever have at a vet. If you happen to be dog, ask your parents to take you there. You will be wagging your tail for a long time.

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    I wish I could select less than 1 star for this review. I started going to VCA Buckhead in 2006, then known as Buckhead Animal Clinic. I adopted a puppy who was born at Atlanta Pet Rescue who was very sick and had been treated at Buckhead before we adopted him. Despite the long drive from our home in Decatur, we continued to use this as our vet clinic because of the phenomenal treatment we got there. We adopted another dog and both had received quality treatment at Buckhead Animal Clinic up until the day they became VCA Buckhead. After this, all my favorite vets left the clinic, prices went up and quality of treatment went down.
    Last summer was the final straw. I brought both dogs in for their annual exam and a dental cleaning. The (exceptionally rude) people at the front desk convinced me to get some "package deal" that would end up being cheaper, but was $950 in the end. The "package deal" included a urinalysis, which showed that one of my dogs had a urinary tract infection. I was surprised since she showed no symptoms, and tried to ask for something cheaper than the $50 antibiotic they prescribed, but they convinced me that I would be a terrible dog-mom had I not used this particular treatment. A week or two after this course of antibiotic, my dog began urinating all over the house and the smell was overwhelming. I brought her back, and they gave me another antibiotic; this one was $75. These treatments were under the direction of Vrinda Nargund and another vet who is no longer there. When the symptoms returned, I brought her back in and I saw the director of the clinic (Michale Davis) who discovered that her vulva was inflamed and full of puss - how they did not discover this until my THIRD visit is beyond me. No one had bothered looking until then. They then gave me a $100 7-day antibiotic and charged me an arm and a leg to take a urine sample directly from her bladder so it could be sent out for testing. Ten days later, I finally got a call saying the results showed that the antibiotic they gave me should have worked. They also informed me that if this one didn't work they would do an ultrasound of her bladder and a variety of other expensive tests. I got some antibiotic wipes and (on my own, not at the recommendation of the clinic) started using an herbal cranberry extract to prevent future infections.
    After this terrible experience (that cost me $2,000 in the end, when I started with 2 healthy dogs) I started going to Village Vets in Decatur, which has only reinforced my distain for VCA Buckhead. Firstly, I found out that the heart worm preventative VCA Buckhead have been selling me also prevents fleas. I was never informed of this and they have been selling me Frontline in addition to the flea-preventing heartworm drug, despite the fact that my dogs are not high risk for fleas (they do not ever come in contact with other animals). Secondly, my dogs were due for vaccines this spring and while I have received a reminder every week that they are due for a dental cleaning, I have not received any reminders for their vaccines. This is particularly egregious considering one of those vaccines is for rabies. In what way is a dental cleaning more important than a rabies vaccine? It isn't, they just make more money from it.
    Finally, my dog has yet another UTI. Village Vets has informed me that she has a vulvar skin fold that should be removed surgically or she will never stop having these UTIs. VCA Buckhead never even mentioned this possibility. Village Vets also told me that the antibiotics that VCA prescribed last year were FAR too expensive, and were far too short a course of treatment. My dog should be on an antibiotic for 6 weeks (not 1 week) to treat a chronic UTI, and this can most definitely be treated with a generic drug that should cost less than $20.
    It saddens me that the vet clinic that saved my puppy's life 7 years ago is gone. It has been replaced with an overpriced, underserviced, corporate conglomerate that places profit above caring for animals. They prescribed the most expensive yet ineffective drugs, the wrong course of treatment, suggested unnecessary tests and treatments, and failed to recognize the source of my dog's health problems. This in addition to the inflated prices and rude staff at the front desk, why would anyone continue to use this clinic for their animals?

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    I wish I could select less than 1 star for this review. I started going to VCA Buckhead in 2006, then known as Buckhead Animal Clinic. I adopted a puppy who was born at Atlanta Pet Rescue who was very sick and had been treated at Buckhead before we adopted him. Despite the long drive from our home in Decatur, we continued to use this as our vet clinic because of the phenomenal treatment we got there. We adopted another dog and both had received quality treatment at Buckhead Animal Clinic up until the day they became VCA Buckhead. After this, all my favorite vets left the clinic, prices went up and quality of treatment went down.
    Last summer was the final straw. I brought both dogs in for their annual exam and a dental cleaning. The (exceptionally rude) people at the front desk convinced me to get some "package deal" that would end up being cheaper, but was $950 in the end. The "package deal" included a urinalysis, which showed that one of my dogs had a urinary tract infection. I was surprised since she showed no symptoms, and tried to ask for something cheaper than the $50 antibiotic they prescribed, but they convinced me that I would be a terrible dog-mom had I not used this particular treatment. A week or two after this course of antibiotic, my dog began urinating all over the house and the smell was overwhelming. I brought her back, and they gave me another antibiotic; this one was $75. These treatments were under the direction of Vrinda Nargund and another vet who is no longer there. When the symptoms returned, I brought her back in and I saw the director of the clinic (Michale Davis) who discovered that her vulva was inflamed and full of puss - how they did not discover this until my THIRD visit is beyond me. No one had bothered looking until then. They then gave me a $100 7-day antibiotic and charged me an arm and a leg to take a urine sample directly from her bladder so it could be sent out for testing. Ten days later, I finally got a call saying the results showed that the antibiotic they gave me should have worked. They also informed me that if this one didn't work they would do an ultrasound of her bladder and a variety of other expensive tests. I got some antibiotic wipes and (on my own, not at the recommendation of the clinic) started using an herbal cranberry extract to prevent future infections.
    After this terrible experience (that cost me $2,000 in the end, when I started with 2 healthy dogs) I started going to Village Vets in Decatur, which has only reinforced my distain for VCA Buckhead. Firstly, I found out that the heart worm preventative VCA Buckhead have been selling me also prevents fleas. I was never informed of this and they have been selling me Frontline in addition to the flea-preventing heartworm drug, despite the fact that my dogs are not high risk for fleas (they do not ever come in contact with other animals). Secondly, my dogs were due for vaccines this spring and while I have received a reminder every week that they are due for a dental cleaning, I have not received any reminders for their vaccines. This is particularly egregious considering one of those vaccines is for rabies. In what way is a dental cleaning more important than a rabies vaccine? It isn't, they just make more money from it.
    Finally, my dog has yet another UTI. Village Vets has informed me that she has a vulvar skin fold that should be removed surgically or she will never stop having these UTIs. VCA Buckhead never even mentioned this possibility. Village Vets also told me that the antibiotics that VCA prescribed last year were FAR too expensive, and were far too short a course of treatment. My dog should be on an antibiotic for 6 weeks (not 1 week) to treat a chronic UTI, and this can most definitely be treated with a generic drug that should cost less than $20.
    It saddens me that the vet clinic that saved my puppy's life 7 years ago is gone. It has been replaced with an overpriced, underserviced, corporate conglomerate that places profit above caring for animals. They prescribed the most expensive yet ineffective drugs, the wrong course of treatment, suggested unnecessary tests and treatments, and failed to recognize the source of my dog's health problems. This in addition to the inflated prices and rude staff at the front desk, why would anyone continue to use this clinic for their animals?

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    I have been taking my pups here for almost ten years and I would not go anywhere else. Ever. Yes, they are walk-in only but it is worth the wait. All of the vets on staff give you as much time as you need when your pet is being treated, always make sure you have all of your questions answered before you leave, always return your calls and follow up after appointments and never make you feel rushed or that you are not being attended to in every way. Some folks think they are too expensive - on the contrary - their rates are extremely competitive and my babies are worth it, anyway.

    I agree with Barry H about "Anna R." Having worked as a vet tech myself I personally can attest to how barbaric and horrible a declaw sx can be. Unfortunately, uneducated folks like Anna will continue to insist on having the procedure done because they can't be bothered to train their cats or just simply clip their nails weekly. And to "Tammy H": I am so sorry for your loss. I recently lost my dog to cancer and I can understand your anger. All I can tell you is that some cancers can metastasize very quickly - even within a week. The staff at Buckhead Animal Clinic treated me and my terminally ill dog with support, kindness and compassion up until the literal end moments. They even sent a donation in her name to help pet cancer research.

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    I have been taking my pups here for almost ten years and I would not go anywhere else. Ever. Yes, they are walk-in only but it is worth the wait. All of the vets on staff give you as much time as you need when your pet is being treated, always make sure you have all of your questions answered before you leave, always return your calls and follow up after appointments and never make you feel rushed or that you are not being attended to in every way. Some folks think they are too expensive - on the contrary - their rates are extremely competitive and my babies are worth it, anyway.

    I agree with Barry H about "Anna R." Having worked as a vet tech myself I personally can attest to how barbaric and horrible a declaw sx can be. Unfortunately, uneducated folks like Anna will continue to insist on having the procedure done because they can't be bothered to train their cats or just simply clip their nails weekly. And to "Tammy H": I am so sorry for your loss. I recently lost my dog to cancer and I can understand your anger. All I can tell you is that some cancers can metastasize very quickly - even within a week. The staff at Buckhead Animal Clinic treated me and my terminally ill dog with support, kindness and compassion up until the literal end moments. They even sent a donation in her name to help pet cancer research.

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    Terribly rude, arrogant and uncaring. Avoid unless you have thousands of dollars to burn. I will not be taking any of my pets here again!

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    Terribly rude, arrogant and uncaring. Avoid unless you have thousands of dollars to burn. I will not be taking any of my pets here again!

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    Pretty up-standing, patient, and professional staff and medical practitioners. They have *always* called back after our cats' difficulties. I have no stake in their operation and can say, without hesitation, that I would recommend.

    To the "Anna R." below:
    You chose an unnecessary, painful, and destructive "procedure" for your cats (. . . claw removal . . . look up what this actually is. It's as if someone was to amputate each of your fingers at the last knuckle. You think that would be pleasant? How about trying to hold something? Nice, real nice. Hope your furniture looks good still.) then you complain that a cat ends up with a flea. (By the way, the box here actually comes with a built-in spell checker. It's right there . . . beneath where the words are appearing. Maybe your cat-knuckle necklace is blocking the screen.)

    Last, the topical medication for fleas takes a grand total of 20 bucks in cost and 60 seconds in application time for virtual elimination in less than 48 hours. You could look that up, too . . . ah, skip it. Stay in Buckhead, you simp. Hope your cats paw you to death.

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    Pretty up-standing, patient, and professional staff and medical practitioners. They have *always* called back after our cats' difficulties. I have no stake in their operation and can say, without hesitation, that I would recommend.

    To the "Anna R." below:
    You chose an unnecessary, painful, and destructive "procedure" for your cats (. . . claw removal . . . look up what this actually is. It's as if someone was to amputate each of your fingers at the last knuckle. You think that would be pleasant? How about trying to hold something? Nice, real nice. Hope your furniture looks good still.) then you complain that a cat ends up with a flea. (By the way, the box here actually comes with a built-in spell checker. It's right there . . . beneath where the words are appearing. Maybe your cat-knuckle necklace is blocking the screen.)

    Last, the topical medication for fleas takes a grand total of 20 bucks in cost and 60 seconds in application time for virtual elimination in less than 48 hours. You could look that up, too . . . ah, skip it. Stay in Buckhead, you simp. Hope your cats paw you to death.

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    I suspected she had Cancer, was told not to worry. After insisting and insisting, finally got tested and their antiquated machines, unfamiliar technicians couldn't detect it. Only a couple weeks later, another clinic found cancer all over. She might have lived if the cancer had been discovered early. Would not recommend for anyone who loves their pet.

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    I suspected she had Cancer, was told not to worry. After insisting and insisting, finally got tested and their antiquated machines, unfamiliar technicians couldn't detect it. Only a couple weeks later, another clinic found cancer all over. She might have lived if the cancer had been discovered early. Would not recommend for anyone who loves their pet.

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    I used to live near this vet but moved further away almost 5 years ago. I still schlep my animals over there regularly b/c it's the only clinic where I feel the vets really care about my animals and me. I've gone through several pet losses over the years with BAC and the vets and staff couldn't have been kinder or more understanding. Plus, I will sometimes call in and leave a message for a vet, asking if I really need to bring my pet in and they always call back and give me their best opinion free of charge. They're not cheap but you don't get quality medical care cheap these days. And my babies are worth it.

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    I used to live near this vet but moved further away almost 5 years ago. I still schlep my animals over there regularly b/c it's the only clinic where I feel the vets really care about my animals and me. I've gone through several pet losses over the years with BAC and the vets and staff couldn't have been kinder or more understanding. Plus, I will sometimes call in and leave a message for a vet, asking if I really need to bring my pet in and they always call back and give me their best opinion free of charge. They're not cheap but you don't get quality medical care cheap these days. And my babies are worth it.

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    I have been taking my dogs to Buckhead Animal Clinic for 15 years and I wouldn't go anywhere else. If my dogs could talk, they would tell you the same thing. Although I have one particular doctor that I see (and adore), she is sometimes not there so I have seen all the other vets and they are terrific.

    You can tell by chatting with the other clients in the waiting area that they, too, are most comfortable with the entire staff at Buckhead Animal Clinic....everyone has something positive to say.

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    ★★★★★

    I have been taking my dogs to Buckhead Animal Clinic for 15 years and I wouldn't go anywhere else. If my dogs could talk, they would tell you the same thing. Although I have one particular doctor that I see (and adore), she is sometimes not there so I have seen all the other vets and they are terrific.

    You can tell by chatting with the other clients in the waiting area that they, too, are most comfortable with the entire staff at Buckhead Animal Clinic....everyone has something positive to say.

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    I took my two cats in to get their claws removed and since i have brought them home they have flees. My cats are indoor cats and have never had a flee problem, or even been exposed to flee's in any way. I called the office to ask if there was anything they could do for my cats, the receptionist then just took my name and number and said she would have a docter call me back. When the docter called back he did not introduce himself and just asked rudely what did i need? I told him that the facility gave my cats flee's and he said that it happens all the time but there is nothing he can do about it. He was very rude to me and he also thought i was trying to scam them for flee medicine. The claw removal cost me over $500 and now I have to pay addition cost to treat flees that my cats got from their facililty. The staff was rude, the facilility was unclean, and they do not care about their clients. I felt like I was dealing with a scaming mechanic. Do not take your pets here if you care about them!!!

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    I took my two cats in to get their claws removed and since i have brought them home they have flees. My cats are indoor cats and have never had a flee problem, or even been exposed to flee's in any way. I called the office to ask if there was anything they could do for my cats, the receptionist then just took my name and number and said she would have a docter call me back. When the docter called back he did not introduce himself and just asked rudely what did i need? I told him that the facility gave my cats flee's and he said that it happens all the time but there is nothing he can do about it. He was very rude to me and he also thought i was trying to scam them for flee medicine. The claw removal cost me over $500 and now I have to pay addition cost to treat flees that my cats got from their facililty. The staff was rude, the facilility was unclean, and they do not care about their clients. I felt like I was dealing with a scaming mechanic. Do not take your pets here if you care about them!!!

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    My pet dog Ruby had a paw problem one time and she really had a very hard time putting her right paw down especially when she was walking or running. When we took her to Buckhead Animal Clinic, The vet took a look on her paws, examined it, and after few minutes he found a splinter on her paw. He got it out and Ruby felt so much better. So when you have any pet problems, Go to Buckhead Animal Clinic, they will gonna make your pet feel better.

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    My pet dog Ruby had a paw problem one time and she really had a very hard time putting her right paw down especially when she was walking or running. When we took her to Buckhead Animal Clinic, The vet took a look on her paws, examined it, and after few minutes he found a splinter on her paw. He got it out and Ruby felt so much better. So when you have any pet problems, Go to Buckhead Animal Clinic, they will gonna make your pet feel better.

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    This clinic is great about getting you and your pet in and out. They have quite a few vets on site and understand the stress you pet is going through being there. They have great hours and days and are walk in only. They have a convenient location right off of the interstate in midtown. They are average with pricing for the visit.

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    This clinic is great about getting you and your pet in and out. They have quite a few vets on site and understand the stress you pet is going through being there. They have great hours and days and are walk in only. They have a convenient location right off of the interstate in midtown. They are average with pricing for the visit.

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